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Linear Electromagnetic Resonator 7
Monday, July 24, 2017
Last time we saw that the total use of the resonator was about 15 mA by a voltage of 5Volt. Motor and the generator circuits are now on separated breadboards. The use of super capacitors improve the puls power in the motor coil. This you can see and hear when I switch the caps on.
I was making a stack of seven spools. The new linear generator coil stack looks fine. I was very curious for the output power. The first test was disappointing. All coils in series arouse lesser power than one single coil.

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Linear Electromagnetic Resonator 6
Monday, July 24, 2017
This video shows the making and use of magnets in repulsion mode. Two magnets are glue'd together and are showing a special behavior at a 20 Hz resonance of the resonator. I was surprised by a perfect triangel waveform and a decrease of the supply current.

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Linear Electromagnetic Resonator 5
Monday, July 24, 2017
There have been many changes made to the resonator. Experiment shows that the vertical position of the resonator is the best. Thats to say; less friction, stable resonance, use of the gravity and the least energy usage. The 2 magnets are bouncing inside the tube with the help of gravity and the bump magnets. This 2 magnets at both sides of the tube I placed in the hackneyed pen cap for a quick change of the magnets within the tube.

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Linear Electromagnetic Resonator 4
Monday, July 24, 2017
This test setup explores the behavior of one or more magnets in a pulsed solenoid. The magnet can move free in a tube. At both ends are small bump magnets. The permanent magnets are all placed in repel position. The oscillator can change DC pulses in width and frequency. Both parameters can change  the mechanical resonance of the magnet in the solenoid. With 2 magnets a peculiar interactive magnet behavior can be observed.

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Linear Electromagnetic Resonator 3
Monday, July 24, 2017
Part 3 of the video series, show's the progress made to reduce the current in the motor solonoid. The electronic circuit has no longer a relay but a MOSFET to switch the coil. A pulse delay circuit is build around a cd4093 IC.

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Linear Electromagnetic Resonator 2
Monday, July 24, 2017
In an earlier stage I did some experiments with a 555 IC oscillator as driver for a relay with 2 change-over switches. Frequence and pulswidth can be changed. In the next video I will show some effects on the movement of the magnet by this circuit. You have to place bumper magnets (M1 and M2) to regulate the swing of the magnet.

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Linear Electromagnetic Resonator 1
Monday, July 24, 2017
Free Energy for Geeks is the exploration of a linear electromagnetic resonator; on a simple and easy to build electromechanical test set.
Winter 2015/16 I made a series of YouTube video's about this project.
You can follow my quest to minimize the input and maximize the output energy.

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